PSG Striker, Lionel Messi got into the spot light with a scintillating performance Against Club Brugge in the UCL which saw him set some Individual records.

PSG, already Qualified for the round of 16 of the UCL went into the Game against Club Brugge placed in second Position on the Tournament table and got a well deserved win against a toothless Club Brugge side. 

A seven minutes brace from Kylian Mbappe placed the Parisiens on the driving Seat. Lionel Messi added a Third in the 38th Minute shortly before Halftime, curling a beautiful strike into the back of the net. 

The second half started in similar fashion for the home side which increased their lead through a Lionel Messi's Penalty Kick which left the Goalkeeper rooted to the Spot.

Club Brugge got a goal but was just a mere Consolation as their Journey in Europe top flight Football ended with a 4-1 defeat.

Lionel Messi was the Major Talking point in the game against Club Brugge as the Argentine Striker set up a UCL Record and a personal record for himself. 

Lionel Messi with his 758th Professional Goal in Football overtook Pele to become the second top scorer of all time in professional Football Just behind Cristiano Ronaldo at 801. The Portuguese with a double against Arsenal in Midweek became the highest Goal-Scorer in Professional Football.
Lionel added Club Brugge to his List of UCL victims. The Belgian side were the 38th team in the UCL that Lionel Messi has scored against. This feat has officially become a UCL record for the Argentine as he is now tied on First Position with Cristiano Ronaldo at 38 teams scored against in the UCL